Carve the Mark - Part 4: Chapters 40-42 Summary & Analysis

Veronica Roth
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In Chapter 40, told from the third person point of view, Akos remembered how he had promised his brother he would get him out as they walked into Noavek manor together. He had kept his promise even though he’d had to drag his brother out.

In the present, Akos scrubbed himself at the sink in the hold of the ship and sobbed. Cyra found him hanging onto the sink by his armpits and asked if he way crying about Vas. He nodded and she did not try to comfort him, just told him they would get him some clean clothes. She recited to him a line of a poem that stated “The heavy heart knows that justice is done” (459) Akos indicated that was one way to look at it but Cyra suspected he was feeling guilty and loathing himself because he had...

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